A man who had been reported missing from Hemel Hempstead was found safely by a dog and handler from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire (BCH) Dog Unit.
At around 11.45pm yesterday (Monday, June 15), a man in his 30s was reported missing from an address in the town.
Serious concerns were raised about the manâ€™s welfare and so a number of officers were sent to the area to assist with the search.
The man was spotted in Cattsdell at around 12.50am (Tuesday, June 16) and Police Dog Tai and his handler were sent there to see if they could track where the man went from there.
Tai was deployed and soon began tracking from the road and into a tunnel near the Nickey Line.
He led his handler across a grass area and up a bank.
Tai then found the man hidden amongst some bushes.
Sergeant Vicky Stoughton...
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